Leap Day Date Ideas: You’ve Got An Extra Day to Love Each Other

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Happy Leap Day everyone! We’ve been blessed with an extra day in 2012. The way I see it, that’s one more day to spend with the one you love, and one last chance to squeeze in some loving during the most romantic month of the year. So, what will you do with this bonus time together? I have some ideas, of course. (Hey, you know me.) Wanna hear ‘em? Here they are:

Watch a leap day movie together in bed — with popcorn! — and enjoy and poke fun at the awesomely bad plot line. (Come on, is there really such thing as a good movie about leap day?)

Redo a failed date from earlier in the month. An extra day is the perfect excuse to try that date you fudged again. Go back to the restaurant that had no more reservations that night you called or take that drive you’d planned to take right before it rained. Whatever – just give it one more try!

Write romantic letters addressed to each other that you vow to open on the next leap year. There’s something kind of sexy about flirting with your future selves, no?

What will you do tonight? Make it count ladies (and gentleman)!

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3 Responses to Leap Day Date Ideas: You’ve Got An Extra Day to Love Each Other

  1. We're going to attempt a failed date from earlier this month….never got to go see that movie we wanted to see!!! :)
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  2. Gregor Stewart says:

    One extra day in a year is good. Your idea was great. I would have loved to follow your idea, but now I shall have to wait another four years to follow the idea.

    Thanks.

    -Gregor
    My recent post how to get a girlfriend

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